(First off, someone has asked me about where to find the pattern for the silly chicken in my next to last post, and since I don't have an email address for her, I figured I'd share with all y'all. It's right here. Enjoy!)
With the end of February fast approaching, I figured I'd better toss together a few more aqua/teal/seagreen blocks.
I made a Whatchacallit Star -
these poor stars fell off the A List last fall, and I feel like I should make it up to them. Poor neglected things.
And some kaleidoscopes happened. I managed not to fall completely into their clutches. Hey, who knew I could ever be restrained about kaleidoscopes? Certainly not me.
And one of Chantal's Pinwheels, too.
Now these next bits probably shouldn't count as RSC stuff, since they're from the Sea of Tranquility (aka Storm at Sea) which I'm making in blue/green/teal/turquoise, but they ARE February's color and make me look super-productive, so here they are!
And then there was the clucker.
I made one of Sally's chickens with this perfect turquoise feather fabric.
But the wing.
It bothered me.
I kept telling myself that it was fine, and when the whole quilt was together it would really truly be fine.
I wasn't convinced.
I let it marinate a couple of days, then when I saw it today, I decided it wasn't ever going to be fine at all.
So I dewinged the poor little clucker, and grafted on a whole new limb.
I don't know about her, but I feel much better now.
Linking with So Scrappy for ScrapHappy Saturday. Come see the last seagreen linkup!